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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 29 January 1875

JU 1 ':- ' Si ..rf.. VcS-.v ,3a5. I ! a, s H. A. McPISCE, Editor and Publisher. "BE IS A FREEMAN 'WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AND ALL AUK SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, CS per year, Ir advsr.fe. TsTJMISEli 2. i VOLUME IX. "EBENSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1S75. ' 5 i 2M ir.1 li-'t r t".i rr t i a.: w ' ui i t " .at It, wit'1 M nit- o r :J Mx cut W to ,r!rJoJ i V i IMPORIANT TO VI .1 WHOM IT li CQHCIBH! i-Owing to'the great scarc'.ty ' "AV- of money and the long con tinued neglect of many of;'my customers to ny up their indebtedness for the past year -Oi more, I am compelled to adopt " ANOTHER SYSTEM tf doing bushies?. Very many of my cus omers have allowed tbeir accounts to run . W srtch an unreasonable length of time that a great loss to me, without any benefit ; to themselves, has bceu the lesnk. Hence lit is that I find it 1 13 t ih Crsdit tystsci '?9 .J !( Ir.d fit the at tho Htne. tone keep up my f took "eet my C'lOifjut ion p' jt i v. "i I an sinw ' .j thank f .1 tbr l.I errii . fut'...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 29 January 1875

cc2 s icMa ctjs ssl m jm. 32 jejc. jss m mm ;awl 'EaENSDJ.TG, PA., riHay Momins, - - Jan. 29, 1875. A I'll.T was introduced List wk in . the House to repeal thelocal option law. Hi Uli.ved that it will ,ass that branch of the Legislature, but that it passage m the Senate is not tured. Hon. John II. Wai.kkr, President r-f the late Constitutional Convention, died at his resilience in L'rie. on Mon day last. lie was Speaker of the State enate in 1852, and throughout his life bore tlie character of an honest, uiv l ight man. Mt'4-- StRfci.v no man, even though lie be a Republican, w ill feci regret over the defeat of Chandler, of Michigan, for le-clection to the United States Sen ate. He is a course man in every sense of tho term, overflowing with hatred and malevolence. II is Sena torial crueer has been Irv.c. but it has 1'cn neither wisp nor brilliant. He started out on the "blood letting" principle r.iul hns persistently advo cated it to the bitter cud. His dis tusted constituents ha...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 29 January 1875

UL 9 -C I 1 t i i - i ! ! THE ffillA HUM! Ebensburg, Pa., FRIDAY. - - - JAX. 29, 1873. LOCU.AND PERSONAL. Here, There, anil the Other Tlace. Orouml-hog day is next in order. Argument Court will convene on Tues day, Feb. 9fh. The Hnntinpilon Globe publishes corrci-nordem-e from the "Lower End." "Th History of the Weeping Willow" Tvill And a place on our first page next week. X son of Henry Zimmerman's, of Johns town, had one of "his fret badly burned at the rolling mill a fw days ago. Our correspondent "Scribo" gives full particular of th burning of Mr. Samuel P. Paul' honse, in Snmnierhill township. Lumbermen estimate that the amount if tiinlier to be cut this beason at only about two-thirds as much a was cnt last year. wild cat was shot, near what is known as the "Deep Cut," by Mr. Horner, of East ConPinnngh, on Wednesday of last week. James Kolerts, of Johnstown was ar retted and brought to our couuty Jail on Friday night last for threatening to kill his wife and family. It seems ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 29 January 1875

rO THE Hl;.ntS. On the trim the other day a very solecin looking man, dre:sd in block, and carrying a htbox, came aluag and dropped into half ir.y seat. -It is a fine day," I remarked, desiring to he friendly. "It is a fine d-iy, but, young man, how is it with your hou! ?"' he replied rolling up his eyes and looking still more solemn. I asked Li in what he meant, and he an- swered : "Whore would y gc to if you died t How d..e your record stand in llev. en t" I told him that I was jogging along peacefully like, paying my debts, saving a little mony, and dropping s iinvthing into i the ontribution-box Q3 it passe 1. "That won't do ah." he said, as he fold ed his hands an I t-lrv I his eyoa. "You're a sinnc , ah, a bal-.-ful ninnor. Th-ro is no mansion 1 lid up for y'i in the lind beyond the skies ah. ! you ever pny ah?'' Once in a gro.-.t while," I told him. The devil id in vo'tr heart ah." he went on, "Yon pray not, neither do you ;n j. Like a flower yoa shall bo cut down, j ' and th...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 February 1875

JUI 1 I. .V- 1. a. NHsPIKC, Editor and Publisher "HE IS A FHEEMAB WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FREE, AfcD Alt ARE SLAVES BESIDE. Terms, G2 per year, Ir advance. iTOLUME IX. EBENSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1875. MJMlJfcll 3. i -. u MPORTANT TO ALTj IliOLl II UN C0IICH1II! Owing tothe great scarcity of money and the long cou- jued neclect of many oflmy customers to y np tlieir indebtedness for the past year more, I am compelled to adopt ANOTHER SYSTEM doing busiuess. Very many of my ens i iers have allowed their accounts to run I such an unreasonable length of time It a great loss to me, without any benefit themselves, has been the result. Hence I Is that I Oud it ossib to Continus th Credit System v. Jd at the same time keep up my stock " idimeet my obligations promptly. f 1 am sincerely thankful for the lileral , tronage that has been extended to me, V.d now earnestly ask one and all who are - I Jobted to me, no matter how large or lt Jw small the amount, to call and settle, i'lher by c...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 February 1875

9 -aissrjvw MPS'lM fniTlS! ' LamGiSm rntuaati. : EDENnQU'?C PA " j ' i FiKay Viw lAinfnre IVh K Cm ! jutimir) iiVi , lUlii. . j '. J the Confederate government. If theSouth- AVa hnve received the? World Almanac ' ern people, instead of electing these white f.r 1973. It is most valuable mnnual, its ( rebels, had only elected eighty-five ignor viecliou returns and K?ueral information ant and incompetent 'American citizens being unusually full ami accurate. J of African descent," the beauties of radical - lua ectcary ot ,ar has sent to tlie House or Kepresentfttm-s the reports of tho tiiiiruiiiri orueiai ami v omm iwai y General of Subfisteuce, from which it aps pews that the cost to these departments of . - A A - J t I 1 t A I tho Motion, war amounted to four bundled : and eleven thousand dollars. We suppose m.; to ;t, ...,. i . . that th s is out; a tube of the w hole sum wi.icn u cost tlie government to ovcrawo ' Captain Jack and IU ragged "bauditti" of the Oregon, lava ImmU into su...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 February 1875

u if ! n I & I. i i THE CAMBRIA WM. Ebensburg, Pa., Fill DA 1", - - - J" EH. S, 1878. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Here, There, atul the Other Place. Terribly colli last nlrut, wasn't it? For the best flour iu town go to M. L. Catman's. Buy tbe K:stern Star Flonr If yoa want the bent. Sold only by M. L. Oatman. A deaf mute in Johnstown named Smith wear; tb champion holt on chess playing. For choiee No 1 mackerel, lower than ever yonliought them, no to M. L. Oaiman'n. Buy all yonr poods at Oat man's cash tore and save 15 to 20 per cent, on every dol lar. Yon will find pTlrcs on all kind of roods lower at Catalan's than els where in Ebens burg. Sleighing continues excellent, bnt there 1s a possibility of freezing to death trying to njoy it. Turnpike tailors are almost as numer ous this winter as potato-bugs were last summer. The thermometer down to zero and gold np to 31.13J. No wonder people are freez ing and starving. The ground hog is playing II ail Co lumbia with the weather. Fearfully...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 5 February 1875

MUDS' MlSFOUTtrSES. ; Mr. ?tibhs had ssircely recovered frotn the st ere bruUes received in attempting to demolish an empty flour barrel, than the ' poor gentleman w doom ed to be the re iif lent of a far more painful batch of con fnt ions. . One morning at the t-ny.Vf.13t tattle, Mrs. t Xibba informed Mr. Nibos that the grape vine was in a allocking state, and sadly Boedinl trimming. She also requested him ' to perform the operation, lie refused. After a spirited debate, during' which the lite hen table was overturned, and Mr. ?ibbe. received a well buttered pancake square t between the eyes, he finally con sented. Grasping the bread-knife, and not heed ing Mrs. Nibbs, who advised him to attire himself in some cat oil garments, he sal' : lied oat into the back-yard. Grasping one of the slats, Mr. Nibb3, with boy -like agility, rapidly ascended the ai-bor. lie had almost reached the top when an accident occurred. One of the sl its gave way, and he fell gracefully downward. Mr. Nibbs...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 12 February 1875

y' . v a v v-r--"-; - " -' i-SLv kXSSffi'.- - v: T:V rSlJ. XV .-revolt f--A. A A it Jt -i-e fa W " -. I 1 I t?i J - 4; M Ei "HE IS A FREEMAS WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FKKE, AND ALL. AKE SLAVES EESIDE. Terms, C2 per cr, r eclvrnce. i H. A. r.lcPIKE, Editor and Publisher. XM smWm Mm my m ' XM mmmmm m WM m Ms ivr II f J o , : . ' . ' T i i II ) YOLUMK IX. e n n f ev -s a qi tt" . l I ilfS Bl BK '1' U !V I- rnSimwAV iPWSB S9 S H F3! 3 amount .fi.roi.fcrty hi I I a V a W B BUEm M J;,n. 12. 174. mm it m mm t w.-a J'te.7 '" money and the long con tiiKiftl noglect of mniiy of my customers to yw up tlieir iiukbtetlness f,r the past year in- more, I am compelled to adopt ANOTIIKPv SYSTEM of doing IniMiiesF. Very ninny of my cus toiiicrs have allowed their accounts to run for such an unreasonable length of time that a great loss to me, without any benefit to themselves, has been the result. Hence it is that I find it J tepriVij t3 Ccstinue th Credit lilm "I nod at the r-amo time keep np my st(K"k I...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 12 February 1875

T!r P!'?pni PrjrPJ 3 I !.f I SrM.Hlft HfHjj &. I tIL CkiHUli-.U i 2lLLiii;" . : ... . . " " ' 3 ' I YllU McinilJ-r, - - Fib. 12, 1875. ' ' 1 ; : ' TlfEie.-jtc:ic L-,;i-lutuif8of Minnesota, AVcst Viiginia and IT ii.Ia have not yet i i .. - i . . c. mcc,.d.d :u e.eclmg L uited bt.ites ben... tors, mz : z The bi1.! f r the repeal f t!ie Ircal op tl i la t .v is rv te 1 f .iv r iV y int w -k b tfu cimm'tlee of the II i.-e. The vot.e i :hii j.a a 'tfed.5t j J 17y.i. l ) tj e.'.y: II :. J.;t v A. L"'i .v of !J!air c unty, I r is rumored from Washington that the port inni.. Ly toniiiiiilcc. O.n Monday, II n. It. MV.ton Spccr, rcj lesfti'a: i e in Cong: esf from this disti ict, tnoved to sr.si end the rules, ai:d adopt a nsdution. dec!a:i:ig that i t the jai!,iu.ciit , of the JLuisc t'.ie election of a Tu sal. nt for a third 'erm again.it the traditions of the ie,nlhe ; is in violation nf tlie exa.nple of Wash'tiitou now sacred as law i'sc'.f ; mid would bo hazard ms alike to the libert...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 12 February 1875

JUL 1 C2 TJ1 Sfi ITBL 3X5V - THE C&MBH1& FREEMiiU lensburg, Pa., Fill DA i , - - - J'J. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Here, There, ami the Other Place, "jpioraimia" came too late for a bear in r llti? is-ue. .11. L. Oatnian keeps the best flour in town or-ontofit. M. I. O. Btaiids for Mighty Iow (in prk) O.itman. For the let teas for the last money, go to Huvis & Humphreys. Tiib.ii -co of all kimU at oltl prices, at M. I,, natulan's. No advance in prices. The C.itholie. Fair, Johnstown, which rlossil on Saturday night last, netted over gt.ooo. - " . - Mrs. John WVbb, of Frospect borough, Flipped and fell on the ice and broke one of her arms. Hoots and shoes, fifty rents per pair lower than elsewhere in Ebenslmrg, at Al". 1j. Oa' man's. A sporting man in rtlair county baa wa tered $.',000 that he can drive ten miles in forty minutes. The new Catholic, church in Altoona will be dedicated in a fw weeks, possibly on F.aster Sunday. An engine r on the mountain division bad the fingers ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 12 February 1875

ram, hj jLMjqg . JZLJZX - 5ZL' "SIIT 5X FtJ - - - Er.lS OjfV'"rt 7V-H r"ia i EPCIDTC m r V PC M n ITII Q i Corn!-, object to the following bill, for which Mrs. Pyrno, for chickens, v.i.ia-..5ffi j,k ti.lMaa.Wf. t XJtO.Irlb AKl) r ArtNli! I Unr.O . rj;f M ifH.j nli thCHirount paiJ by Daniel Davis, for " : OFCAMEitlA t :,t"N'l V fr. in the 22d day i t;,e Treasurer of said County, for the reason Annie t'Nciil, for se-vin-, A mck or t ny, thr., " r 1 nicltp norf "f January, Is". 1, tj ttirtTUt Oay of January, that in our opinion t lie party who received said .John O'Conmll. fnrsTraw, ' J ,L ' 1' 11 1 ivt.-: i amount was paid bv yearly salary by the Slate .In. C. Mnrra v, for cider, went uo,n to the Dutch if ttktnent on a' A. P. CU I -TE, Treasure;. Dr. j for his services rendered, and we find in favor Win Lilly, for one soi r. ,i , .... ,. , . , . , . ! Tn imnnnt in Tremirii-'! lwiii'sat last i of the said County of Cambria HKain.it the par- . Dan'l Kan-en, for onf bull, ikei l.unt, v h...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 19 February 1875

JLU jifvAitS ssife: pittt VwlllPlrlw VV'MWi1 WHOM THE TRUTH MAKES FliEE, AKD ALL AUE SLAVES BESIDE.' Terms, 02 per year. In advance. H. A. WIcPIKE, Editor and Publisher. "HE IS A FKEEMAS : -- . . - 4 f VOLUME IX, MPORTANT TO ALL U? I! I CEHH! 13 ii OiMiifT tri'tlm irronf. Sfnrp.'tT iLr-" of nloncy anl 1,16 K,n con ' tiuued neglect of many of my customers to 5 iny up tlieir indebtedness for the past year - or mote, I am compelled to adopt ANOTHER SYSTEM -$ of doing business. Very many of ray cus .iTWf-JTT . tomers have allow ed their accounts to sun for such an unieasonable length of time , that a great loss to me, without any benefit - J to themselves, has beeu the result, Hence it is that I find it t ;1 bpcsih to CalitM th Crdit SpUm and at the same time keep up my stock . and meet my obligations promptly. tk I am sincerely thankful for the liberal 5 patronage that has been extended to mc, l utd now earnestly ask one ami all w ho are I indebted to mr, no matter how huge or 9 bow sm...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 19 February 1875

ET'.BSESSa TZCT SX ML the mm mn c .a - ! J3 a : lf-j.jn-r t ,Vj if) IT'i i-: ;...h!i.h in another eohint:i t lie ltay j I..i which h.is been int rehire il in the Sen ate by .Mr. L-ni n, from B'air ca:ity. Iw t'iifau.iacc of a c.kil of the Chiiiirr.np, t:. DenH.'ra!:c State Committee ttilluetl ..i the Ihilton 1I:uf(, Itauisluig, on Thur d i.v, Ma ch 4th, to fix iip-m the time ai-.J j lac f jr lulJing tlu next .trtiite Vj:i vc.li.i.i. Tin: Columbia ;L.u:cii.-ttr co.nity) Her a'.d strongly nrgt-s lluh M. Noith, I'm) ., of that pl.iev, as the next Democratic can didate for Li.r.criior. The tato l'onve:i tio:i miLt po fait her arid f.ue much Mr. 2S':i tli is a cen.Icmtui of cn:i- It i g:-.;tif) !r fulfil, -v tilt tl, S-tp , ". f .i.s of the c.H,.,l and IW ll.,use has , 4r , , ,. n,t as heut,.fre been .eituutd to run the . niii.ti&t of Badloal r.erversio:i a id mi - 1 eji: e -.cut a Jmi. It is veiy o'oviias to it tho Ciu.il '.."om'i.iMuiiri s, as weJ! as the Dincw rs f the L .., h.o f...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 19 February 1875

"-.EH THE CABBB1I ffBIEHilL Ebensburg, Pa.f IjFJIIDAl, lOtSTS. . jll. .ii.-- - - - '-a Y I - FOULK, Jtsrxit nf she t.-rii Frnny 1 Isanti, Vlti Hil. ' "et VlrBinli re-rs .4so-l:xUoi, i'ls thently person in mtsburxh who la author- Ir.ad lo soBeit and receive pay for advcrttee- TOrnts to l inserted Id the Cambria r rekman. i lie bus our le treat advesiisingr rates. :'i LOCAL AND PERSONAL. :.-r? - : lifer. Tilers, ami the .Other Place. z, The ides of March approach. i Tyrone will have a firemen's parade ou 4tbe 2L'! insf. The snow hereabouts is two feet deep Vi: the level. S Ker. Father Cluver has left tho diocese of Pittsburgh. I Argument term of the Johnstowu Dis- triet Court convened Tuesday. . q a sleighing party on a grand scale from Johnstown to Kltciisbiirg is contemplated. Petitions in opposition to the repeal of -the Local Optiuu law are in ctrculatisu here ?nl hereabout. ) ? it.. --inn 3. in flour is no relation to big . uullowcr, but is reported to be just as hap- j ly. Who s...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 19 February 1875

p jpers 7itLC iViofiTc-orr-icrs.. ! iftfig 31 ft Gl 3V flilSS S The ICS brick Le b.i a larc.e part of it funds to mcchai ies with which to build Lome's "'id hence tls en- i.rpijse was, v to gpenk, in Us line of bus- i'jSs. In response to the aclvcilis-neaf, twenty-eight 5p.cif.catN.is have been ic c ived, on wh"ch a cor:n ;i:e c mpo e 1 of J.uuis V ;th', X. S. Ronton, Mr. Grnnnis, "Ir. I).-c-.v, ami Sanitary Si'j-cuntcndent Vr. U. C. Miller i.? now pnssi-g judgment, j and rri 1 award tho prize of 1,000. j The !ak, ucci.i'riing to agreement', tom ' a'l the j,!ms and specifications, an I wiM son is-suc them with drawings in parai;lct -iiu. i i.e km cottage erected tisuler any .Ja vi ill b submitted to f.re test ll:at is ' snr, r"ugh floors will bo laid, i-idoars I ad d ors pat in, and a conflagration start j -.1, and after all the combustible material j has been consumed, it is specified that the j walls ami ceilinjr must be iu'icf. o tlsat i the fiai-;!:iig can Le proceeded with, wit...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 26 February 1875

1 ? ). A-tAcPIKE, Editor and Publisher HE IS A FREEMAJt 'WHOM THE TRUTH HAKKS FREE, A5D ALL AIIE 8LAYES BESIDE.' i crms, C2 per year, !n cdvcncc. VOLUME IX. E13ENSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, TEIHIUARY 26, 1875. NUMBER I, T v '.I ii "J- . i. 5 i I k MPORTANT TO VTT hdh it r,itY coraii! Owing tothe great scarcity of money and the long con tinued neglect of many of my customers to ydj up tbeir indebtedness for the past year )r mo: e", I am compelled to adopt ANOTHER SYSTEM f d ing businese. Very many of my cus tomers have allowed their accounts to run . or such an unreasonable length of time that a great loss to me, without any benefit to themselves, has been the result. Hence It is that I find it .bp Mails to Costa lie Crsdit System 'and at the same time keep up my stock " and. meet my obligations promptly, -i I am sincerely thankful for the liberal ?jtatronage that has been extended tome, 4 nod now earnestly ask one and all who are Indebted to me, no matter how large or Low small the amount, ...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 26 February 1875

JJ rsr- faa.isc.jS5i:cH:ia. jslo b el ices iw - ja 7Wr Pi Sin HI! rnrrCfl'l ( Ht CaMBHlfk MHfM cx.-i- "" " j 8Z?j&BU3C, PA. UiV MdTnln?. - - Tib. 26, I 875. . .. , .. ........ Tuii President has issued ft p'oclama- 1 .-.,. cmrening the Senate in extra Pension ti.A r.ili of Match . I I he "principle Ousi-' to be lid b-f .re it Mill be the ratify ,;iou of a commerce treaty lately couclu- !. .1 betweeuthis eminent and the Iviug f tLe Sandwich Inlands. In tLo cicctioim to fid the vacpneics in t!u Fe jn.lvMia Legislature, James Ij. I.ii.-h.in, Dpniocrat. was elected from the 1 .1 di'tricl, rhiladu'.phia ; Joseph R. Con i .l, lemoci at, was chosen in Berks county, ''i Washington co!intj-, Mr. Birch, Demo i . .it, was elected by n'K.ut 2) majority a ;r..iu. In Centie W. K. Alexander, Demo t rat, succeeded by a n.ajoiity of 151, and i.i Ar.nirroig, Mr. Bell, Kepublican, had cr 0?0 . sty. T.it Ilatrisl-urg Patriot appeared last Mod. ;ay crilaigtd and in an entirely new ureM. , iitau, uji...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 26 February 1875

s . r ijiHBHU mm. j Ebn3burg, Pa. )OALANO PERSONAL. J. There, and the Other Tlucel toe "Iuquirer" at a time. Next week Let one stall have his cay. in. "Sesbit, Esq., colored, lias !xen ra nted a Notary 1'ub'ic for Altoona. ie regular stssiou of tbe Cambria coun lrt will convene here next Monday, at ot-k. a. m. fa. Hannah Bomgardncr received two I. 1 - ( for School Director in Klchiana town n the lGth. Marcos of nil kinds, at old prices, for M. I. Oat man. No extra revenue U Don't forget this, be banks were the only business houses 8 plate that observed Washington's my, by shutting up shop. ',,wi!l pay you well to take yonr ready a Oatman'B cash store, where yon will fceds at strictly cash prices, iriug to the semi-liquid condition of tnv-drlfts, the roads leading hence to Jltown are nearly impassible, little child of Col. Fry, living near msbur, Iilair connty, was burned to a few days ago. No particulars. Ion. Samuel Calvin, of Ilollidayshnrg, ten me the mantle of Alexander Hamil Hi...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cambria freeman. — 26 February 1875

: -V ' . " - is 13 jr. Mrs. Graham civne over the other night aud wanted to kno.r if I would j't take care of her yearold baby for fifteen min utes, a id let her and Mis. Quad godnn town and buy a pair of shoes for a poor old worn in. She added that the little darling was mod asleep, and wouldn't eren wink while they were Jjone, and I consented. Hb9 bronght hira in and laid him on a sofa, snusry tucked him np, kissed him fourteen time?, and them .iiey were gone. 1 sat writing, and by-and by 1 forget all abmt the child. The woinna had been g me ab ut seven minutes and a hall when all of a sudd iu ia baby yelled out : "Hi wh-wkooy boo-w!oop!"and he kick ed his little bU iket sky high, and sat u; and Ipokcd at me. "Weil, mv son, the drowsy god has flown away, th?" I inquired as I approached! liim. I He opeuedliis eyes very vil discovered I I wasu't his fatherormother.aud he shrunk j in ay and yelled Dut : : "Kiyi-vhofp-whoa-hi r I wei:t in and found .the sugar lowl4nnd selected a fat l...

Publication Title: Cambria Freeman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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